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The Natural Soap Making Book for Beginners – Do-It-Yourself Soaps Using All-Natural Herbs, Spices

The essential beginner’s guide to crafting all-natural soaps at home

Start creating your own all-natural, cold-processed soaps today. The Natural Soap Making Book for Beginners takes you through all the basics with easy-to-understand directions so you can get creative with natural, healthy ingredients―and get squeaky clean, too!

Start from scratch with colorants and fragrances that are free of artificial ingredients. You’ll discover how to transform your soap making supplies into basic bars, Castile soap, shampoo bars, salt soaps, milk soaps, and more. There are even nut-free and vegan recipes, ensuring your soaps are perfect for anyone.

This natural choice in soap making books features:

Soap making primer―Learn cold-processed soap making with illustrated, step-by-step tutorials, safety guidelines, and troubleshooting tips.

All-natural ingredients―Discover how easy it is to make luxurious, nourishing soaps with essential oils, clays, and other natural elements.

Over 55 recipes―Create specialty bars including Mulled Wine Soap, Allergy Relief Bar, and other recipes you won’t find in other soap making books.

It’s simple to create soothing soaps with this comprehensive beginner’s guide.

The Art of Manufacturing Soap and Candles

This special edition of “The Art of Manufacturing Soap and Candles” was written by Adolph Ott, and first published in 1867. Filled with information about the art of soap and candle-making, and a fascinating read into the birth of the industry for soap and candle-makers interested in the history of their craft. Features sections covering Apparatus and Raw Materials, Alkalimetry, Of the Preparation of Lyes, Saponifiable Fats, On the Manufacture of Soap, Common Household Soaps, The Manufacture of Toilet Soaps, Historical – Functions of the Candle As An Illuminator, The Manufacture of Candles, and more. IMPORTANT NOTE – Please read BEFORE buying! THIS BOOK IS A REPRINT. IT IS NOT AN ORIGINAL COPY. This book is a reprint edition and is a perfect facsimile of the original book. It is not set in a modern typeface and has not been digitally rendered. As a result, some characters and images might suffer from slight imperfections, blurring, or minor shadows in the page background. This book appears exactly as it did when it was first printed. DISCLAIMER : Due to the age of this book, some methods or practices may have been deemed unsafe or unacceptable in the interim years. In utilizing the information herein, you do so at your own risk. We republish antiquarian books without judgment, solely for their historical and cultural importance, and for educational purposes. If purchasing a book more than 50 years old, especially for a minor, please use due diligence and vet the text before gifting.

Butchery and Sausage-Making For Dummies

Discover how to butcher your own meat and make homemade sausage
With interest in a back-to-basics approach to food on the rise, more and more people are becoming interested in butchering their own meat and making high-quality, preservative-free sausages.

With easy-to-follow instructions and illustrations, Butchery & Sausage-Making For Dummies offers readers a look at how to butcher poultry, rabbit, beef, pork, lamb, and goats. The book will also explore sausage-making, with tips and recipes, and will look at preserving meat through curing and smoking.

Offers natural, healthier alternatives for sausages and preserved meats for people wary of processed foods
Provides helpful tips and guidance for home cooks and beginner butchers
Provides needed guidance for those looking to explore this long-overlooked profession

Butchery & Sausage Making For Dummies is an invaluable resource for home cooks interested in being more responsible about their meat, or those that are looking to save money and enjoy healthier alternatives to what’s found in their local grocery store.

The Homemade Windmills of Nebraska

A windmill is a structure that converts wind power into rotational energy by means of vanes called sails or blades, specifically to mill grain, but the term is also extended to wind pumps, wind turbines and other applications. The term wind engine is sometimes used to describe such devices.